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PS Tech Note 054 - Multipath High-Availability (MPHA) cabling


PS Tech Notes are a weekly explanation of a NetApp command  or feature and other topics related to storage administration.  It is  written for customers as well as Professional Services and Systems  Engineers who sell and install NetApp systems.


This tech note explains the benefits and tradeoffs of MPHA cabling for clustered systems.



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Quite helpful, thanks for this post!!

Hi It's really good, can you please post some Migration Documents and vfiler docs

commands work with "node run"


what is the WireGauge tool mentioned in the article?


also is there a program what will draw / map the cablng?